Test-Refusal Statutes: Valid Implied-Consent Provisions or Unconstitutional Work-Around of the Warrant Requirement? Argument Analysis in Birchfield v. North Dakota, by Leslie Shoebotham

Justice Breyer seemed unimpressed by Petitioners’ counsel’s claims as to the intrusiveness of breath testing—which Justice Breyer described as nothing more than “blow[ing] hard into a little straw-like thing that’s connected with what looks like a cell phone.” Read More …